Monday, December 05, 2011

PREMIERE of CATS DANCING ON JUPITER in WASHINGTON POST


Wire Image: Lydia Cornell, Amanda Righetti 

Wire Image: Rex Smith (standing on his toes; I know he looks like a giant! It's a weird angle) Ldia Cornell, Keith Coogan, Jordan Alan (the director), Erica Taylor, Billy Wirth, Amanda Righetti

Justin Casto, Lydia Cornell, Keith Coogan, Andra Nechita




PHOTOS FROM THE PREMIERE

Two 20-something club hopping women in LA are at first glance living the good life of partying and casual sex, until they are revealed to be scarred by a childhood abduction and driven to take revenge on every man who crosses their path. Directed and written by Jordan Alan, starring Amanda Righetti, Lydia Cornell, Keith Coogan, Richard Grieco, Rex Smith, Justin Castor, Jonathan Bennett, Anneliese van der Pol, Peter Lewis, Allan Louis, Andra Nechita, Kelsey Weber...



Lydia Cornell, Justin Castor 

Our nice pedophile family and our victims
Andra Nechita, Keith Coogan, Lydia Cornell, Kelsey Weber, Justin Castor

Lydia Cornell, the girls


Jordan Alan, Director with Red Camera Red

 Amanda Righetti, producer, working the lights.


Cast (in credits order)

Amanda Righetti ... Josephine Smart

Jonathan Bennett ... Ben Cross

Anneliese van der Pol ... Dayna

Richard Grieco ... Derek Stockton

Peter Lewis ... Fryes

Allan Louis ... Berger

Billy Wirth ... Oleg

Andra Nechita ... Young Kylie Philips

Kelsey Weber ... Young Josephine Smart

Keith Coogan ... Fred

Lydia Cornell ... Myra

Justin Castor ... Larry

123 comments:

  1. Well, this certainly isn't a movie about "love & peace" but it does sound kinda cool.

    I'm still recuperating after seeing Deborah Van Valkenbergh in "The Devils Rejects".....LOL!

    Man, was that movie violent.

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  2. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus6:53 PM

    Women taking revenge on every man they meet ay?


    Sounds scary,....yet I find myself curiously aroused.

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  3. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:08 PM

    Hey, I just googled this movie and this is like a real movie. Small budget but still, a quarter of a million dollars? And you've got an IMDb page and a wiki page, everything.

    Very cool. Will it be released on DVD? I'd like to check it out.

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  4. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:10 PM

    Have you guys ever considered doing a Zombie movie?

    Zombie movies are really popular right now. I know I buy them by the dozen.

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  5. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:15 PM

    Just checking out the cast, Amanda Righetti from Friday the 13th is in this?

    Yes, I HAVE to see this.

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  6. Am so proud of you! With you in this movie it has o be great

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  7. Mike

    I just noticed your post on a previous thread regarding the "New Deal." I stand by my comment 100% which read:

    "Actually, Hitler, for the most part, put America back to work."

    Without a doubt Roosevelt's "New Deal" had its pros and cons but was ultimately a band-aid solution that simply eased the discomfort of the Great Depression. As for the long term effects of some of Roosevelt's doctrines - time will tell?

    It would be astonishingly absurd to suggest that the "New Deal" was responsible for pulling America out of the Great Depression.

    Pleassssssse, lets not forget that American industrialists profited from Hitler.

    And,well before the US even entered WW2 the demand for war materials created by this conflict was purchased and payed for by differing countries....it wasn't so much about spending.

    Thus, I must say again that Hitler, for the most part, put America back to work.

    Thanks for playing though

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  8. I must say again that Hitler, for the most part, put America back to work.

    Yo moomoo, Hitler didn't attack the US on Dec 7th 1941.

    If you are going to use such a sorry a**ed analogy, at least get the real villain right.

    The US declared war on Japan for the attack and on Germany because of alliances. The most massive build up was for the naval war in the pacific, and the logistic nightmare that pacific campaign caused.

    Yes we needed more troops in Europe but becase that was basically a ground campaign, where much more of the war effort in the pacific depended on who was going to win the Naval Battle and control the logistical and support routes.

    Our Theater of Ops in Europe was much smaller both because of only two fronts we faced, Mediteranian and after June 1944, France into Germany, and the smaller size of the total area.

    The only reason the US went after Hitler with more vigar first was their scientific and industrial abilities, which Japan did posess. Most physists worried about a German A bomb.

    They had developed intra-theater IBMs, IE the V2. If they had developed a nuke, London and Moscow were goners.

    Japan never was that large an existential threat to our allies.

    So by your analogy, Japan not Hitler caused the US to ramp up the war effort, because Japan caused the US to formally declare war, Not Hitler.

    BTW with out all the work FDR did revitalising the US economy from 1932 to 1941, we never would have had the capability to ramp up production the way we did so fast for the war effort.

    And the revitalisation efforts would have continued even if Japan hadn't acted, but at a slower pace.

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  9. Sounds scary Lydia..........you should have posted this last month for Halloween :)


    Any idea when this will be out on DVD


    And Worf is right Zombies are the new "in thing" ............you might say zombies are the new vampires :)

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  10. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus10:50 PM

    Hi Mike, Hi Clif, nice to see you both.

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  11. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus10:55 PM

    The way you state it Johnny you make it sound like Hitler started a jobs program for the US or something.

    Increased industrial manufacturing for the war effort was a "BY PRODUCT" of Hitler's aggression.

    To say Hitler put America back to work is like saying a rapist helped his victim get laid.

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  12. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus10:57 PM

    And as Clif so aptly pointed out, America was already involved in massive industrial build up efforts on Dec 8th, 1941, prior to going to war with Germany thanks to the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor.

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  13. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:01 PM

    And again, as Clif pointed out, FDR's efforts to curb the depression already had the US on its way out.

    Even without WWII America was already on its way out thanks to the smart moves by FDR, like the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, the banking holiday, etc.

    FDR was a great President, but Johnny wants the credit to go to Hitler.

    Go figger....

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  14. Hey Worf......Hope you had a good Thanksgiving!!

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  15. As For FDR and the Depression I stand by EVERYTHING I said in the prior thread that I posted in.

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  16. Not trying to hijack this thread or anything but did ANYONE see what those smug jackbooted brownshirts did to those poor kids in California it actually made me sick to see those pieces of crap dousing those poor kids with military grade pepper spray with no provocation whatsoever............some of them have nerve damage and possible permanent complications.


    I was and am so angry after watching that I think that piece of crap NEEDS to be fired not put on paid leave (basically a vacation) for what he did...........I'm planning on writing the police dept and the campus that he should be fired.

    I've been sprayed with police grade pepper spray which is not as strong as the military grade and I wasnt sprayed in anywhere near those ampounts and I was in agony for hours and could see or breathe for quite a while.

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  17. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus said...
    The way you state it Johnny you make it sound like Hitler started a jobs program for the US or something.

    Increased industrial manufacturing for the war effort was a "BY PRODUCT" of Hitler's aggression.

    To say Hitler put America back to work is like saying a rapist helped his victim get laid."


    LOL.............thats good :)

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  18. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:18 AM

    lol thanks Mike. Yes I had a good thanksgiving. Hope you did too.

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  19. Today, I am ashamed to live in the same state as the Gulnare Freewill Baptist church,

    Kentucky church bans interracial couples

    I wonder what Jesus would think?

    Southern Redneck Baptists the arm pit of the religion.

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  20. Cliff

    While your post is accurate enough you seriously neglected my one critical phrase:

    "And, well before the US even entered WW2 the demand for war materials created by this conflict was purchased and payed for by differing countries....it wasn't so much about spending."


    Here is supporting documentation from the Economic History Association:

    "As war spread throughout Europe and Asia between 1939 and 1941, nowhere was the federal government's leadership more important than in the realm of "preparedness" — the national project to ready for war by enlarging the military, strengthening certain allies such as Great Britain, and above all converting America's industrial base to produce armaments and other war materiel rather than civilian goods."

    "As it waxed and waned between 1933 and 1940, Roosevelt's New Deal mitigated some effects of the Great Depression, but did not end the economic crisis. In 1939, when World War II erupted in Europe with Germany's invasion of Poland, numerous economic indicators suggested that that the United States was still deeply mired in the depression."

    http://eh.net/encyclopedia/article/tassava.WWII

    So yes, Cliff, it was about Hitler long before the oil embargo that led to Pearl Harbor on Dec,7.

    I'm not saying that I don't like Roosevelt or his New Deal, I'm simply saying it wasn't altogether responsible for pulling America out of the depression.

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  21. Worf said

    "Sounds scary,....yet I find myself curiously aroused."


    LOL! :D

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  22. So yes, Cliff, it was about Hitler long before the oil embargo that led to Pearl Harbor on Dec,7.

    No Johnny most of the recovery that had happened by 1939 was NOT about Hitler, and most of the production IN the US before 1941 was NOT about Hitler.

    In fact the lend lease program was more about destroyers and OLD already produced military hardware.

    Sorry but wiki isn't the authoritative source for this discussion, the facts are.

    I mean IF FDR hadn't gotten the TVA passed in 1933, then the electricity needed for the Manhattan Project circa 1942-1945 simply wouldn't have existed. Let alone the numerous industries that popped up to provide war time supplies in the states which benefited from the TVA.

    If you want proof even from wiki use this chart of GDP from 1910 top 1960;

    Real GDP

    Look very closely;

    The dip from 1928, YES the GDP started to drop before the stock market dropped had been erased by 1936-37 before FDR tried a few FAILED gop ideas, which resulted in a dip, but by 1939, the earliest you can conceivably claim a Hitler effect, we were far above 1929.

    GDP from 1933-40 increased about 100% under Roosevelt. Long before any real war time production kicked in.

    If you're gonna try to cry unemployment numbers, remember until the GDP is in a noticeable recovery industries do not hire in large amounts.

    But the graph that should inform you the most is this one;

    US industrial output 1928 - 1940

    Notice by early 1937 the US Industrial output had recovered to it's re Depression levels before FDR accepted FLAWED GOP ideological arguments. When he did output dropped, FDR reversed back to good new deal ideas and output rose again into 1940, which is BEFORE the revamping of the US industrial machine to war time production.

    Thus Hitler did NOT cause the recovery, he just redirected very late term, how that recovery was implemented after the economy was almost fully recovered from the effects of 1929. Those are the facts Johnny, not some wild claim with NO real numbers.

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  23. BTW Johnny if FDR hadn't built all those nice new roads during the Works Progress Administration (WPA) of 1935 hoiw much harder would war time production have been?

    Also remember Congress enacted several neutrality measures between 1935 and 1939 that prevented the nation from giving financial credit to, or trading with, any nation engaged in armed conflict.

    It wasn't until December 1940 President Roosevelt proclaimed the U.S. would be the "Arsenal of Democracy" and proposed selling munitions to Britain and Canada.

    Even lend lease didn't even get signed until;

    March 11, 1941

    so NO war time bump up of the US industry existed before that date.

    You just might want to rethink you questionable hypothesis .....

    given the FACTS.

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  24. Cliff said:

    "No Johnny most of the recovery that had happened by 1939 was NOT about Hitler, and most of the production IN the US before 1941 was NOT about Hitler."

    I never indicated that any recovery up until 1939 was due to Hitler,I simply said that a revamping program began/evolved in 1939(as a result of Hitlers war mongering) that would decisively,in the end, pull the U.S out of the Great Depression.

    Also,I did not use "Wiki" as you did(which can be altered)but a reputable historical site.

    And, I am very aware that many of Roosevelt's New Deal programs certainly assisted America greatly in its war restructuring so I agree with you on that.

    Nevertheless,you can dress it up any way you like Cliff but I still remain firm that WW2, for the most part, put America back to work with REAL JOBS - not temporary jobs where people had to live in tent-like camps.


    "The entire ship-building industry had produced only 71 ships between 1930 and 1936, but from 1938 to 1940, commission-sponsored shipyards turned out 106 ships, and then almost that many in 1941 alone (Fischer, 41). The industry's position in the vanguard of American preparedness grew from its strategic import — ever more ships were needed to transport American goods to Great Britain and France, among other American allies."

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  25. The key word here is "preparedness" so I will post this again:

    "As war spread throughout Europe and Asia between 1939 and 1941, nowhere was the federal government's leadership more important than in the realm of "preparedness" — the national project to ready for war by enlarging the military, strengthening certain allies such as Great Britain, and above all converting America's industrial base to produce armaments and other war materiel rather than civilian goods."

    Without Hitler-no preparedness- and thus no jobs.....period!

    And,I don't trust Wiki charts.

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  27. Sorry johnny, but your assertions are so wrong an entire book could be written why.

    You IGNORE a doubling of GDP in seven years.

    You Ignore a return to industrial output levels BEFORE 1939.

    You ignore a lot to maintain your opinion.

    You have that right, just not the facts to back it up.

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  28. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus1:17 AM

    Johnny said;

    "Without Hitler-no preparedness- and thus no jobs.....period! "

    Funny, and here I thought it was Emperor Tojo who attacked us on December 7th, 1941 at Pearl Harbor.

    I learn something new every time Johnny comes in.

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  29. Worf said

    "Funny, and here I thought it was Emperor Tojo who attacked us on December 7th, 1941 at Pearl Harbor.'

    Uhhhhh.....Worf! Who is Emperor Tojo? Never heard of him? The only emperor I'm aware of during this period is Emperor Hirohito.

    However, there was a dude named Hideki Tojo who was both Army Minister & Prime Minister.....but he weren't no emperor.

    Chalk another one up for Johnnymoomoo.

    :D

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  30. Mike said:


    "I've been sprayed with police grade pepper spray which is not as strong as the military grade and I wasnt sprayed in anywhere near those ampounts and I was in agony for hours and could see or breathe for quite awhile."

    Mike

    I'm very curious as to know why you were peppered sprayed? Did you attend one of Ms. Cornells feminist rallies or something?

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  31. A secretary walks into the office kitchen one morning and finds a new blonde girl painting the walls - she was wearing two beautiful fur coats.

    Thinking this was a little strange the secretary asked the blonde why she was wearing two nice coats instead of some old clothes or overalls.

    Cheerfully, the blonde showed the secretary the instructions on the can:

    "For best results, put on two coats".

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  32. BARBIES


    One day a father leaves work and on his way home he suddenly remembers that it’s his daughters’ birthday.

    He pulls over to a toy store and asks the salesperson, “How much for one of those Barbies in the display window?”
    The salesperson answers, “Which one do you mean sir?”

    “We have:
    Workout Barbie, Shopping Barbie, and Beach Barbie for $19.95.

    There’s Disco Barbie, Ballerina Barbie, Astronaut Barbie, and Skater Barbie for $21.95.

    And, last but not least we have Divorced Barbie for $149.95”

    Astounded, the amazed father asks, “Why on earth is Divorced Barbie $149.95 and the others only $21.95?”

    The pompous salesperson rolls her eyes, sighs, and answers:

    “Sir…... divorced Barbie comes with Ken’s car, Ken’s house, Ken’s boat, Ken’s computer, Ken’s furniture, and one of Ken’s friends.

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  33. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:07 AM

    uhh...gee Johnny...not to burst your balloon their bubble boy...but I simply made a brief typo with Tojo, calling him emperor rather than Prime Minister.

    Unfortunately for your victory dance, that simple typo doesn't change the fact that it was HE who was responsible for Pearl Harbor, the event that caused us to declare war, and not Adolf Hitler as your comments implied.

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  34. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:09 AM

    By the way, did you hear the one about the Canadian who was offered a box of Cheerios?

    He opened the box...and said...."look.... donut seeds".

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  35. No problem with the typo Worf but, may I suggest you cut down on the buttery popcorn when typing.

    I hate Cheerios.........their so BLAH! I like "Reese's Peanut Butter Puffs." Mmmmmmm....

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  36. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:50 AM

    uh huh..but tell us the one about Hitler's US jobs program again.

    That ones a real kneeslapper.

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  37. Worf said

    "uh huh..but tell us the one about Hitler's US jobs program again."

    Very well!

    "In 1939, after seven years of New Deal, the unemployment rate still stood at 20%. Henry Morgenthau, personal confidant and friend of Roosevelt, testified before the House Ways and Means Committee to explain why unemployment was still so high. Here is what he said:

    “We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work. And I have just one interest, and if I am wrong...somebody else can have my job. I want to see this country prosperous. I want to see people get a job. I want to see people get enough to eat. We have never made good on our promises. I say after 8 years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started. And an enormous debt to boot!"

    http://www.johntreed.com/Morgenthau.html

    Again:

    "As war spread throughout Europe and Asia between 1939 and 1941, nowhere was the federal government's leadership more important than in the realm of "preparedness" — the national project to ready for war by enlarging the military, strengthening certain allies such as Great Britain, and above all converting America's industrial base to produce armaments and other war materiel rather than civilian goods."

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  38. BTW, based on a chain of prior events it was predetermined that I was going to write the previous post.

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  39. the unemployment rate still stood at 20%.

    Unemployment is always a LAGGING indicator.

    GDP had DOUBLED from 1933 to 1940.

    Industrial output had already returned to pre-depression levels.

    Keep a spinnin' moomoo, it is what ya do bestest.

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  40. OMG!! So glad you are all back here. Hi everyone. I'm posting the pix from the premiere night in a few minutes.

    Worf, I am trying to locate your blog.

    Luv to everyone and HAPPY HOLIDAZE!!

    xoxoxoox
    me

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  41. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:29 AM

    The key indicator of Johnny's character, is he'd rather give Hitler credit for the economy, than our own US President, FDR.

    Who was by the way one of our greatest President's ever.

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  42. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:31 AM

    I guess Johnny's not aware of Glass Stegal (if I misspelled that its because I don't google prior to posting, like you Johnny), or the Banking Holiday, or the jobs programs, or the growth in the markets, or the return of foreign investment.

    But glad to see Hitler's your hero Johnny.

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  43. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:32 AM

    Happy Holiday's Lydia!

    You too Clif, Mike....and you too Johnny Goebbels...err I mean Moo Moo.

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  44. Johnny Goebbels......

    ...LOL... :D


    Actually, Worf, I knew of Emperor Hirohito since the age of eleven when I first started reading on a serious level. And, of course I Google - its how we back up our assertions and learn.

    I have always liked Roosevelt and believe he did America much good during some very difficult times.I particularly liked the way he handled Stalin.

    I personally have spoken with Americas most highly decorated soldier during the Korean War(Colonel in Vietnam War)who traveled around with Eleanor Roosevelt for a brief spell......he spoke very highly of her.

    Nonetheless, I remain firm that hostilities in Europe lead America into a whirlwind of preparedness that ultimately pulled it out of the Great Depression; especially after the "Tripartite Pact" and, of course, Pearl Harbour.

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  45. Isn’t it a little early to be saying “Happy Holidays?” And, doesn’t anyone say Merry X-mas anymore?

    Oh well, I too wish everyone the best over the holidays. Volt, FF, Rusty, TT, Worf, Ms. Cornell, Mike, Cliff, Carl, and all the regulars who used to make up this once fine blog.

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  46. BTW, nice pics Ms. Cornell.


    I, and my associate, Mr. Worfeus, kindly request signed DVDs from the cast of “Cats Dancing on Jupiter.”

    However, please forward the bill to my liberal buddy……I know he understands that I’m a little short of cash right now and would be more than happy to foot the bill.

    :)

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  47. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:50 PM

    After all these years Johnny still calls me a liberal. Even though he knows I'm an independent.

    Oh well..what can you expect from the captain of the Adolf Hitler fan club?

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  48. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:54 PM

    "I have always liked Roosevelt and believe he did America much good during some very difficult times"


    Sure....that's why you downplay his great work to drive us out of the great depression, and the fact that we were well on our way out when WWII erupted. With or without WWII, America was on its way back. WWII did nothing but accelerate the process. It didn't create it.

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  49. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus8:16 PM

    "Isn’t it a little early to be saying “Happy Holidays?”


    Christmas is less than 3 weeks away isn't it?

    Or do they celebrate it later in Canada?

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  50. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus8:51 PM

    By the way, your profile says you work in Communication or Media, yet you've never actually said what it is you do.

    I'm picturing a cashier at a video rental store?

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  51. Communication or Media,

    Maybe, this guy ??

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  52. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:45 PM

    Yes..that looks about right.

    Especially given his ability to spin in here.

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  53. As you can see, we've had our eye on you for some time now, .. Mr. Moo Moo.

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  54. Okay, Cliff, you found me but you have to admit I'm good at what I do.....LOL!

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  55. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus9:39 AM

    I'll admit that you think that you're good at what you do.

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  56. you have to admit I'm good at what I do

    At least you admit it moomoo.

    Kudos for that.

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  57. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus8:18 PM

    Does anyone remember when we all met the first time? It was right around the holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas, 2005 I think.

    That was 6 Christmas's ago. We're all getting older. Hopefully wiser.

    Anyway just thinking about that.

    Nice to see we're all still here.

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  58. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus8:20 PM

    Of course not all of us hung in there.

    "Big K" didn't last long. Although he did come in a while back blabbering about how great he was and all.

    And Voltron doesn't come in that much anymore.

    Of course, the RNC webtroll cohesion ain't what it used to be.

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  59. Wassa matter Worfy, Miss me?

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  60. Sorry man, I didn't want to intrude while you guys were having your "Raw Deal™ - Stalin's best bud FDR" free love session...

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  61. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:06 PM

    Wow.....just "mention" Voltron's name and 53 minutes later, walla. He appears.

    Like Endora on Bewitched....he just magically appears at the mere mention of his name.

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  62. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:07 PM

    Even Beetlejuice needed his name said 3 times prior to appearing.

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  63. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:08 PM

    But Johnny and Voltron aren't in any way associated. .....no....they're not part of the RNC webtroll club...no sir.

    And if you don't believe that, ..just ask em.

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  64. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:09 PM

    ...just because he picks up Johnny's argument where Johnny left off....

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  65. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:10 PM

    ...I mean...who ya gonna believe?


    Them ....

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  66. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:10 PM

    ...or your lying eyes?

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  67. Thanks for the X-mas present Worf but wasn’t that little pooch Ms.Cornells dog “Fluffo”………..I’m sure of it!

    Yes, I clearly remember when we met in late November2005; I had no idea what blogging was. I recall being a little nervous about posting as I didn’t want to be intrusive. Remember you thought I was Anne Coulter coz our writing patterns were similar…..LOL!

    I liked “Eric” and thought he was cool. BTW, I was the first blogger Ms.Cornell ever made contact with - years later she would express her true feelings for me……Sniff……LOL!

    I actually forgot about Big K. If I remember correctly you tore him three new ones and he never came back!

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  68. Sure got quiet in here after Volts crushing link.


    I particularly like this part:

    “Meanwhile, prices across 19 industries averaged 23 percent above where they should have been, given the state of the economy. With goods and services that much harder for consumers to afford, demand stalled and the gross national product floundered at 27 percent below where it otherwise might have been.”

    "High wages and high prices in an economic slump run contrary to everything we know about market forces in economic downturns," Ohanian said. "As we've seen in the past several years, salaries and prices fall when unemployment is high. By artificially inflating both, the New Deal policies short-circuited the market's self-correcting forces."

    Well, I’ve definitely learned something today.

    In all fairness though it’s certainly a lot easier to sit back, in unstressed conditions, and comfortably scrutinize someone else’s past actions as opposed to the individual who had to make critical, in the heat of the moment, decisions during challenging times.

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  69. Oh, I almost forgot, here’s my X-mas present to you Worf. It’s an 8x10 glossy photo of you and Ms.cornell.

    http://pixdaus.com/pics/vbBPR8QpvXJfv74jNJ.jpg

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  70. That's what it's all about Worf.
    Learning stuff.

    Glad I could help.

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  71. Yes, thank you,Mr.Voltron....you will be rewarded in heaven,but not the one with 72 virgins.

    Hmmmmm.....think I,ll post some more blonde jokes now that its so quiet in here.

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  72. "In all fairness though it’s certainly a lot easier to sit back, in unstressed conditions, and comfortably scrutinize someone else’s past actions as opposed to the individual who had to make critical, in the heat of the moment, decisions during challenging times."

    This is true, but this is why we study history, so that we're not doomed to repeat it.

    Yet repeat it we seem hell bent on doing...

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  73. Well, I sincerely hope you guys pull out of it.

    There has been some talk of a possible world wide economic collapse.......scary!

    Perhaps you guys need some kind of new 'New Deal?'

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  74. Hey Volt

    Could you re-post that video link about those kittens sailing on a Viking ship? Its played to the "Immigration Song"

    Its funny.....

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  75. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:09 AM

    As usual, Clif's data is completely ignored, you two clowns find one obscure article written by one person and then spend the rest of the night declaring victory.

    And Voltron, the only thing you "taught me" little troll, is that you are indeed nothing more than a right wing internet stooge out selling tea party doctrine under the guise of "moderation".


    Your magical appearance 53 minutes after mentioning your name is just one more example in a myriad of such examples, of that.

    And you proved nothing. Clif already disbanded your nonsense two days ago, and one article from one person doesn't change the fact that the country was on its way out of the depression before WWII ever began.

    I'd tell you two clowns to get a room, if I didn't know you already had one.

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  76. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:11 AM

    And as for studying "history", when you guys decide to try that let me know. I'm sure I could teach you a think or two.

    But to date, all you two study are Tin Foil hat neoconservative fairy tales.

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  77. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:12 AM

    ....in truth, a few more chuckleheads like you in here, .. and I could make a fortune if I'd simply open an online Reynolds Wrap haberdashery.

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  78. All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.


    Friedrich Nietzsche

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  79. moomoo's quote is the standard ops for the GOPers, knowing the greedy bigots the GOpers rely on to rehash their lies, er I mean interpretations daily so they can be perceived as truth has been how the right wing has operated since Reagan's handlers started the lie and deceive as many for as long as the GOPers can.

    I mean today the @sshats can't even admit Reagan raised taxes on more people then Bill Clinton EVER did.

    Reagan sold weapons to Iran ........

    And as for the known liar voltron who lied about having a kid, then tried to claim the non-son took THREE showers a day?

    This after getting caught plagiarizing as ERIC so he changed his name and keep up his deception/lying.

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  80. Gee Clif, how do you manage to survive carrying around all that hatred?

    I don't remember who it was, but I read a quote once that went "Hatred is a poison we take in the hopes of killing someone else."

    I sincerely hope that one day you'll be able to overcome it and enjoy life again.

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  81. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:07 PM

    Thing is Volty, Clif's absolutely right.

    In one breath you two tell us that Hitler is to thank for the US economy, and the next you're quoting Nietzsche.

    Nietzsche was the core of all National Socialism ideology, ...the Nazi's quoted him routinely as well.

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  82. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:08 PM

    ..birds of a feather....

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  83. The thing is Worf,

    I never claimed Hitler was to thank for the US economy, My contention simply is that FDR certainly isn't, and in fact made it much much worse than it might've been.

    And I didn't quote Nietzsche.
    Johnny did.

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  84. Wow, mention Clif's name and a mere 8 minutes later Worf arrives.

    But they're not part of the DNC club, oh no.

    If you don't believe me, just ask them....

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  85. Are you sure you guys aren't just Larry's sock puppets?

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  86. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:38 PM

    Difference is big mouth, I was here posting, you haven't been seen in a long time.

    I mention your name, and suddenly "poof", there you be.

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  87. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:39 PM


    And I didn't quote Nietzsche.
    Johnny did.



    What's the difference?

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  88. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:39 PM

    ...unitroll...

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  89. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus4:57 PM

    ...unibore...

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  90. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:00 PM

    In his "first hundred days" in office, which began March 4, 1933, Roosevelt spearheaded major legislation and issued a profusion of executive orders that instituted the New Deal—a variety of programs designed to produce relief (government jobs for the unemployed), recovery (economic growth), and reform (through regulation of Wall Street, banks and transportation).

    The economy improved rapidly from 1933 to 1937, but then relapsed into a deep recession.

    The bipartisan Conservative Coalition that formed in 1937 prevented his packing the Supreme Court or passing any considerable legislation; it abolished many of the relief programs when unemployment diminished during World War II."



    Wikipedia

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  91. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:06 PM

    So we see FDR did drive the economy and improve it with his programs, then the "bi-partisan conservative coalition" did what the conservatives are doing to Obama today, i.e. tying his hands so that any initiatives that could stimulate the economy are blocked.

    The ignorant "Tea party" with their "cut spending" bs has forced the spineless republicans that serve them to actually damage the economy to try to get Obama out of office.

    They know that if the economy continues to improve under Obama's watch, then they haven't a prayer.

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  92. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:07 PM

    So the republican goal is to actually stall the economy, so they can get Obama out of office.

    And they've done just that.

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  93. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:10 PM

    For as long as any of us have been alive, increasing the debt ceiling was a given.

    It was ROUTINE.

    Under Bush they did it EIGHT times, barely batting an eye.

    They gave Bush whatever he asked for.

    But then, a black democrats in office, and suddenly "ohhh noooo...we can't increase the debt ceiling for him....ohhhh noooo"

    And suddenly Obama's hands are tied.

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  94. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:11 PM

    We see the economy slowly but steadily improving, so what do the republicans do?

    Throw a wrench in the gears, and try to grind it to a halt.

    So now, something the US has ALWAYS enjoyed, a 5 star credit rating.....is RUINED.

    For the first time in our history, we've lost our 5 star credit rating thanks to the stupid, and downright evil republicans and their Tea party masters....simply because they want to hurt Obama.

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  95. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:12 PM

    The Tea party and the conservatives talk about how great they are, and how much they want to honor "old time values" but the reality is they're a bunch of deadbeats.

    They sacrificed our credit rating and threatened our creditors with default over their political nonsense.

    A bunch of no account DEADBEATS is all they are.

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  96. Careful Worfy, your "independent" streak is showning...

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  97. Meanwhile at Lydia's Worf and his buddies explore U.S. fiscal policy....

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  98. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:29 PM

    See that's the problem with you Tea party goosestepping hacks.

    As soon as someone challenges your bs, then suddenly they must be a democrat or liberal.

    Of course I've made it clear over the years I'm neither. I've posted countless posts about my contempt for things done by Pelosi and Reid, and I also made it clear I wouldn't vote for Obama in 08, and I kept my word on that. I even drew ire over that in here.

    Yet to a Tea bagger, .....dare call out their hypocrisy, and "poof".

    You're a liberal.

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  99. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:29 PM

    Because to them, only a liberal would recognize the foul stench of their corruption.

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  100. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:32 PM

    Their tiny minds can't fathom the notion of someone other than a liberal might see them for what they are.

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  101. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus5:55 PM

    And by the way volty, if that were us, ...we'd still be further along the evolutionary chain, than you.

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  102. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus6:07 PM

    Johnny-n-Volty

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  103. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus6:28 PM

    I suddenly feel so Christmassy...


    Doesn't this bring back memories?

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  104. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus8:07 PM

    ..♫♫♪.just hear those sleighbells ringing and ♪♫ ting ting tingling too...♫♫


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  105. Actually eric, er I mean volty;

    IN REALITY

    This is the newsmax/trump debate practice sessions

    You know the one only newt and Santorum have agreed to attend, shows ya what your clown posse, er I mean candidates think of newsmax.

    Not worth their time.

    :)

    hint; go back to the lies about your non-existant son and his three showers a day.

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  106. O/T, but what happens when a large wind turbine gets hit by 150+ mph winds?

    THIS

    In the words of Scotty from star trek, "Capt'n, she can't hold together at that much power."

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  107. BTW;

    Gates discussing new nuclear reactor with China

    Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates confirmed Wednesday he is in discussions with China to jointly develop a new and safer kind of nuclear reactor.

    "The idea is to be very low cost, very safe and generate very little waste," said the billionaire during a talk at China's Ministry of Science and Technology.

    Gates said he had largely funded a Washington state-based company, TerraPower, that is developing a Generation IV nuclear reactor that can run on depleted uranium. TerraPower says it has discussed its plans with India, Russia and other countries with nuclear energy programs.


    Remember this next time your "Windows" program finds a new way to crash your PC;

    The Blue Screen Of Death takes on a whole new meaning!

    "This Reactor Has Performed An Illegal Operation And Will Now Explode"

    or

    Its time for emergency shutdown, but I'll have to delete a file.

    Is it OK to proceed? [Don't worry I won't do the shutdown till you respond to my dialog box.]

    Melt, Melt, ... hydrogen explosion!

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  108. OK let me get this straight,

    The people who make cheap plastic crap that wal-mart sells, and the guy who thought up the windows crash your computer software ideas wanna now build nukes?

    What possibly could ever go wrong with that?

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  109. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:49 PM

    And to Tea Party troll number 1, aka Moo Moo, that's the difference between you and me.

    To a Nazi worshiping troll like you who quotes Nietzsche to justify his corruption, just like the Nazi's did, ....truth is fluid and a matter of perspective.

    That's the sort of logic your brain concocts after a lifetime of embracing lies.

    The rest of us know that truth is truth, and a lie is a lie.

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  110. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus11:58 PM

    Some day when you're not drunk or stoned, you should check out the 2006 documentary "Nietzsche and the Nazis", which examines how the Nazi's used the works of Nietzsche to justify their atrocities and corruption in WWII.

    Much like you quote him to justify the corrupt ideology you try to sell in here with a digital smirk and your loosely gilded condescension.

    To watch you go from giving Hitler credit for the return of US jobs to quoting Nietzsche to justify lying, ....well....its like history repeating itself.

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  111. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:23 AM

    Perhaps later on you could quote us a few passages from "Mein Kampf" to educate us on the evils of liberalism.

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  112. Hey Clif, didn't see you there.

    Don't you have to go stick your nose back up KayInsane's ass?

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  113. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus12:21 PM

    See, all you have to do is push volty's buttons a bit and his true "class" comes front and center.

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  114. Tell ya what Worfy,

    You guys show a little class and so will I.

    Until then you get what you give.

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  115. The Artist Formerly Known as Worfeus7:30 PM

    You proceed from a false assumption, Flavius...

    You err in thinking the never ending barrage of gilded insults from you and your alter ego there....goes unnoticed.

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  116. Don't you have to go stick your nose back up KayInsane's ass?

    Said the guy who claims everyone BUT himself has anger issues.

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  117. Until then you get what you give.

    Why volty I only told the truth about YOUR various deceptions here, and you make a comment that has no basis in reality.

    Seems your the same old lying right wing troll ya always have been, eh ERIC?

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